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Nominal Width (Inches)

Nominal (or Installed) Width is the width of any unit rounded to the nearest "Industry Standard" size. For example, a Range Hood may have an actual width of 35.75", however it would have a Nominal Width of 36", as this is the industry standard for measuring the width of a Range Hood.

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Because there are so many finish options, we've grouped the most popular colors into common tones to make these easier to choose.

Installation Type

The installation type of a range hood appliance defines its purpose and design.

  • Wall Mounted - these are some of the more preferred range hood styles. These are mounted with one surface flush to the wall and typically have a visible exhaust or upward portion to them. These are also among the best looking and most design worthy range hoods.
  • Under Cabinet - among the most common style, these units are installed below the cabinets above your cooking range and take up a minimal amount of space.
  • Insert - these range hoods are literally inserted in the base of the upper cabinet space and have no front sections showing, these units are perfect for a kitchen with minimal area to work with or where you want to hide the range hood.
  • Microwave - these are range hoods that are also microwave units mounted directly above the cooking surface, these are dual purpose units that give you the microwave appliance and the range hood utility in one.
  • Downdraft - these units pop-up from an island or back splash and draw the exhaust down through the floor or cabinet to expel it. These are great for islands with cook tops of them where you want to preserve your open ceiling space or view.
  • Island - range hoods for islands typically drop down from the ceiling and are made to look good from all sides. These units only attach to the ceiling.


CFM stands for Cubic Feet per Minute. This is the amount of air that can be expelled by the appliance, and higher rates should be chosen for larger rooms or areas with a large amount of necessary exhaust.  Typically you need 100 CFM per 10,000 BTU's of cooking.  If you have a 60,000 BTU range or cooktop then you need a 600 CFM Range Hood.


The sones measurement is how loud a running appliance is. One sone is generalized as the sound of a single refrigerator running. Many Range Hoods will have multiple sones ratings, one for high and one for low fan settings.

Duct Size

Some range hoods offer multiple options and can be 8" Round or 3 1/4" x 14".  View the product specifications to see all the options available for the hood you choose.  The diameter of your ductwork is the single most important consideration. Below are some guidelines based on your range hood or CFM output. 

  • 0-400 CFM Minimum Duct Size of 4”
    • Recommended Duct Size of 6”
  • 401-600 CFM Minimum Duct Size of 6” 
    • Recommended Duct Size of 8” 
  • 601-900 CFM Minimum Duct Size of 7” 
    • Recommended Duct Size of 8”-10”
  • 901-1200 CFM Minimum Duct Size of 8”
    • Recommended Duct Size of 10”-12” 
  • 1200 CFM and above will depend on the motor type and duct run length but at least a 10” diameter duct is required 
    • Recommended Duct Size of 12"
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Height on Range Hoods is measured from the bottom lip of the hood intake to the top of the finish appliance, for Island range hoods this is the distance the unit will hang down from the ceiling.

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Depth on Range Hoods is measured from the front of the unit to the back surface that is typically flush with a wall, for Island Range Hoods this is typically the thinner width of the unit.

Use the slider to adjust to your desired depth ranges. If you prefer, you can type in your desired range in the boxes below.

Filter Options

Stainless Steel Baffle:  Use baffles and curves, rather than mesh, to extract grease and other contaminants from any range smoke. They are very effective and typically capture 90% of all grease. They do look more stylish with their single piece of metal. Is used in most professional style kitchens. Baffle filter systems are made of high grade stainless steel, and are easily removed for cleaning. They can be placed in the dishwasher for easy cleaning. 

Aluminum Mesh: Is one of the most popular types of filters and least expensive. It is very durable and good at collecting dust, grease, and small  particles. One of the best features is that these meshes can be slid into multi-layered aluminum sheets then staggered and expanded with several dirt and dust holding baffles for extra effectiveness. Thus they can be easily layered on top of each other and are some of the best at capturing contaminants.

Stainless Steel Mesh: If you plan on cooking frequently for family or to entertain and are using all your range burners, then it’s recommended to use stainless steel mesh. This is produced with high quality metal, which provides excellent resistance against alkali, corrosion, acid and heat. Stainless steel mesh is constructed with four types of metal ranging from Type 304, Type 304 L, Type 316 and Type 316 L. 

Charcoal: Mostly used for recirculating systems and is considered best for cleaning and eliminating chemicals like nitrates, sodium and their reactions. These filters ware known to trap carbon-based impurities. It is also considered one of the best filters available for minimizing cooking odor and keeping the kitchen clean and tidy by capturing grease. However, it does come with its disadvantages, since you’ll need to change the filter about every 6 - 10 months depending on your type of cooking.

Oil Cups:These are cups that accumulate all the collected waste oil and help the filters to purify the air, without allowing any air containing oil content to pollute your ventilation system or kitchen. These filters are designed for those who like cooking with a lot of oil. The oil cup filters collect the oil in to a cup and also make it easy to clean whenever required.

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